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#10251 70 days ago

Looking for a coin door switch for a Williams Tic-Tac-Toe woodrail like the pic below

Thanks
Steve

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#10252 70 days ago

Those should be able to be replaced by a current production rotary actuated "microswitch" such as Omron's D2MC-01EL

#10253 69 days ago

Here is clockwise? I do not know exactly how the rotation is determined...
I wish they would draw a curved arrow to show rotation.
https://us.rs-online.com/product/omron-electronic-components/d2mc-5e/70175514/
There are clockwise and counterclockwise styles.

#10254 69 days ago
Quoted from vec-tor:

Here is clockwise? I do not know exactly how the rotation is determined...
I wish they would draw a curved arrow to show rotation.
https://us.rs-online.com/product/omron-electronic-components/d2mc-5e/70175514/
There are clockwise and counterclockwise styles.

The one you have pictured is 'clockwise'. In the position it's pictures, the wireform moves down.

#10255 66 days ago

I need... a Sky Jump pop cap "MOVES 10X TARGET LITE WHEN LIT". no pbr no got... Will probably get a decal made for this if nobody has an extra in their parts bin.

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#10256 66 days ago
Quoted from pinhead52:

I need... a Sky Jump pop cap "MOVES 10X TARGET LITE WHEN LIT". no pbr no got... Will probably get a decal made for this if nobody has an extra in their parts bin.[quoted image]

Nevermind- I was pointing out that PBR lists them but I guess you are saying they are out of stock?
https://www.pbresource.com/pfbumper.htm

#10257 66 days ago
Quoted from pinhead52:

I need... a Sky Jump pop cap "MOVES 10X TARGET LITE WHEN LIT". no pbr no got... Will probably get a decal made for this if nobody has an extra in their parts bin.[quoted image]

well dang pbr does have it...

#10258 65 days ago
Quoted from newmantjn:

Did you get this figured out? I have a ton of relays, coils etc. and live roughly Plymouth and Green Road. Stop by and I'll hook you up.

Thank you! The relay I got from MH was exactly what I needed but just wanted to say I really appreciate the offer and will definitely reach out next time I need something. Thanks again.

#10259 62 days ago

Looking for the plastic slot reel cover for a 1971 Williams Jacpot/Goldrush/Klondike.
I know Pinrescue was making them awhile back but have since close shop and retired.
Hoping someone bought an extra or knows someone else making them.
Thanks.

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#10260 62 days ago
Quoted from kjnuke:

Looking for the plastic slot reel cover for a 1971 Williams Jacpot/Goldrush/Klondike.
I know Pinrescue was making them awhile back but have since close shop and retired.
Hoping someone bought an extra or knows someone else making them.
Thanks.
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Wow, that is a special vacuum formed part.

#10261 61 days ago
Quoted from vec-tor:

Wow, that is a special vacuum formed part.

Sure is and almost impossible to find from the research I've done. Hoping someone might have a spare, but I'm not holding out much hope.

#10262 61 days ago
Quoted from kjnuke:

Looking for the plastic slot reel cover for a 1971 Williams Jackpot/Goldrush/Klondike.
I know Pinrescue was making them awhile back but have since close shop and retired.
Hoping someone bought an extra or knows someone else making them.
Thanks.
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One solution to this part would be to contact Pinside user Freeplay40 who makes one off and lower volume ramps for solid state games. This would be an easy plastic for him to form. He is accessible and affordable.

Then the art could be made on a decal or sticker of some sort, possibly in two pieces, and applied to the new plastic. It might need to be made in two pieces to follow the 3D form of the plastic.

#10263 61 days ago

Williams drum cover
"plastic slot reel cover for a 1971 Williams Jacpot/Goldrush/Klondike."
I found this on Epay
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Toasty, but might work.

#10264 61 days ago
Quoted from vec-tor:

Williams drum cover
"plastic slot reel cover for a 1971 Williams Jacpot/Goldrush/Klondike."
I found this on Epay

That thing looks toast but it is the rare two inch flipper version of Yukon with several other differences as well I believe.

I had purchased one of those slot reel covers from Pinrescue when they were in business for my Klondike and it was super nice. Too bad they are no longer around.

#10265 61 days ago
Quoted from vec-tor:

Williams drum cover
"plastic slot reel cover for a 1971 Williams Jacpot/Goldrush/Klondike."
I found this on Epay
[quoted image]
Toasty, but might work.

link?

#10266 61 days ago

To all of those waiting on Gottlieb coin doors, Lou just said they are BACK IN STOCK at PBR! They just came in today, Steve checked them and they look "great." I've not seen them, but Steve's word is good enough for me.

These are the doors Gottlieb used from 1962-76. NOTE: The photo below is the OLD stock photo on PBR's website.

According to Lou, "the doors are priced at $217.54 and is discountable." I believe discountable means the 10% discount for orders over $100, so that would put the price at $195.79, according to my calculations.

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#10267 61 days ago
Quoted from ChipS:

To all of those waiting on Gottlieb coin doors, Lou just said they are BACK IN STOCK at PBR! They just came in today, Steve checked them and they look "great." I've not seen them, but Steve's word is good enough for me.
These are the doors Gottlieb used from 1962-76. NOTE: The photo below is the OLD stock photo on PBR's website.
According to Lou, "the doors are priced at $217.54 and is discountable." I believe discountable means the 10% discount for orders over $100, so that would put the price at $195.79, according to my calculations.
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Good to know, Thanks for posting.

#10268 61 days ago

It's on Ebay.
Look for pinballs Williams etc. As-is etc.

#10269 61 days ago
#10270 61 days ago
Quoted from o-din:

Link-
ebay.com link: itm

Remember, "It's just a fuse"

#10271 61 days ago
Quoted from o-din:

Link-
ebay.com link: itm

Holy Moses what a wreck. Didn't expect that price!

#10272 61 days ago
Quoted from A_Bord:

Holy Moses what a wreck. Didn't expect that price!

Ya, but USPS Ground shipping is only $75. That's a bargain!

#10273 61 days ago

A machine in that condition is a bitch, takes a lot of time to accomplish.

#10274 61 days ago

You think for $1200 he would at least clean the glass?

#10275 61 days ago
Quoted from MikeO:

One solution to this part would be to contact Pinside user Freeplay40 who makes one off and lower volume ramps for solid state games. This would be an easy plastic for him to form. He is accessible and affordable.
Then the art could be made on a decal or sticker of some sort, possibly in two pieces, and applied to the new plastic. It might need to be made in two pieces to follow the 3D form of the plastic.

Thanks for the lead. I'll reach out to him and see what he thinks. The plastic would be the hardest part, the graphics I could probably figure out how to re-create.

#10276 61 days ago
Quoted from vec-tor:

Williams drum cover
"plastic slot reel cover for a 1971 Williams Jacpot/Goldrush/Klondike."
I found this on Epay
[quoted image]
Toasty, but might work.

And I thought I just bought a project! If he'd part it out it might work if it's all in one piece.

#10277 60 days ago
Quoted from vec-tor:

Remember, "It's just a fuse"

He asked for a link.

#10278 60 days ago
Quoted from ChipS:

To all of those waiting on Gottlieb coin doors, Lou just said they are BACK IN STOCK at PBR!

Lou posted a photo of the new coin door. They look AMAZING!

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#10279 60 days ago

Looking for a Williams single player backdoor. I know I can make one but I figured I would ask here first.

#10280 59 days ago

Looking to see if anyone has a few screws that go to a Chicago Coin Super Hockey. The screw's threads don't go all the way to the head. There's a collar-like part of the thread. It's slotted head. Picture below is all I have on my phone so apologies as it's not the best photo. All I have since machine is back East.
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Would be great to get a few of these as well as the nuts. Any help is appreciated!

#10281 58 days ago

Looking for coin mechs for 1961 Williams Metro. 5 cent and 25 cent.

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#10282 58 days ago
Quoted from Murphdom:

Looking for a Williams single player backdoor. I know I can make one but I figured I would ask here first.

You might want to specify which game as they used different back doors over the years. Reverse wedgehead or rectangular.

#10283 58 days ago
Quoted from Murphdom:

Looking for a Williams single player backdoor. I know I can make one but I figured I would ask here first.

Measurements? I have some doors in storage.

#10284 58 days ago

Need the Bonus Adjustment 4x2 Jones Plug shown in this post by xsvtoys https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/bally-monte-carlo-infinite-bonus-issue#post-5635529 for 1973 #Bally Monte Carlo.

#10285 57 days ago
Quoted from finman48127:

Need the Bonus Adjustment 4x2 Jones Plug shown in this post by xsvtoys https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/bally-monte-carlo-infinite-bonus-issue#post-5635529 for 1973 #Bally Monte Carlo.

i can make you one of thoses

1 week later
#10286 48 days ago

Looking for playfield plastics for a 1950 Genco South Pacific. Any condition. Mine are toast. Thanks.

#10287 47 days ago

Looking for coin mechs- I owned a machine that took the same mechs that I’m looking for, and never really gave it a thought- it’s a Williams eager beaver 1964, I believe they used the same ones for a few years at least….I had a Williams full house, I hear they can be trouble,the way there designed.
I’ll take the whole door if someone has one intact.

#10288 46 days ago

I need some pop bumper mounting plates for a early Bally SS pf. need qty 4

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#10289 46 days ago

You guys have never let me down before. Let's see if we can keep our streak going. I'm looking for one of these 2 prong Jones plugs. Both male and female side

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#10290 46 days ago
Quoted from edward472:

You guys have never let me down before. Let's see if we can keep our streak going. I'm looking for one of these 2 prong Jones plugs. Both male and female side
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Yea I have the pieces, shoot me your address

#10291 46 days ago

Actually I only have the male piece

#10292 45 days ago
Quoted from edward472:

You guys have never let me down before. Let's see if we can keep our streak going. I'm looking for one of these 2 prong Jones plugs. Both male and female side
[quoted image]

I definitely have the female side. Might have the male side. Will know Sunday evening

Mike V

#10293 45 days ago
Quoted from edward472:

You guys have never let me down before. Let's see if we can keep our streak going. I'm looking for one of these 2 prong Jones plugs. Both male and female side
[quoted image]

I have one if you still need it

Thanks
Steve

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#10294 45 days ago
Quoted from smohr:

I have one if you still need it
Thanks
Steve[quoted image]

Sent you a PM. Thank you everyone!

#10295 43 days ago

Looking for a Williams chime unit that will fit a 72' Super Star Mine has a in line jones 4 plug female receiver.

#10296 43 days ago

Looking for the ball return cam for Gottlieb Drop-A-Card (or similar games), the part number is A-10945. It looks like PBR used to have these, but when I asked a few weeks ago they were unavailable.

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#10297 43 days ago
Quoted from CaffeineSlug:

Looking for the ball return cam for Gottlieb Drop-A-Card (or similar games), the part number is A-10945. It looks like PBR used to have these, but when I asked a few weeks ago they were unavailable.[quoted image]

Not sure if this is it or not.

ebay.com link: itm

#10298 42 days ago
Quoted from CaffeineSlug:

Looking for the ball return cam for Gottlieb Drop-A-Card (or similar games), the part number is A-10945. It looks like PBR used to have these, but when I asked a few weeks ago they were unavailable.[quoted image]

eBay item number:266630217042

#10299 40 days ago
Quoted from MikeO:

One solution to this part would be to contact Pinside user Freeplay40 who makes one off and lower volume ramps for solid state games. This would be an easy plastic for him to form. He is accessible and affordable.
Then the art could be made on a decal or sticker of some sort, possibly in two pieces, and applied to the new plastic. It might need to be made in two pieces to follow the 3D form of the plastic.

Reached out to Freeplay40, he's not interested in making one off parts. I did tell him there are others that would would probably buy if he would make them though. The search continues.

#10300 40 days ago
Quoted from phillyfan64:

Not sure if this is it or not.
ebay.com link: itm

Thanks, that was it, I just didn't see it in time.

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